There are various ways to categorize knitting stitch patterns, and mainly because of:
Knitting patterns can also be categorized according to the regions it originated from, such as Shetland, Aran (from different Islands), and Scandinavian.
It is thus fair to bundle the knitting stitches accordingly:
Knitting stitches can be used together in panels, in blocks or squares, or as a type of sampler knitting project.
Sampler knitting is popular when used in blanket knitting. It is also a great way to use up all the small balls of yarn (stash buster).
People who use a lot of cables in knitting are especially loving to vary the stitches with moss, or some sort of ribbing.
Treat your knitting as your canvas and enjoy the art.
Different knitting techniques are being used to create different results in knitting, as with:
This is my way of categorizing knitting stitches and there may be many factors that can cause you to believe different. If you want to add to it, please email me, it will be highly appreciated.